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Tfee Joanul. Up to this stata. yoar
to pal or accoaataa
Americm is a tolerably free ooantry
when yon think right down to the foun
dation of things And act accordingly.
Tn Jodbxax has had thirty yean' ex
perience in handling legal notices of all
daarriptionn and taken this occasion to
say that it is thoroughly equipped for
this sort of work.
We desire that yon remember us when
yon have work of this sort to be done.
When yon do the paying, yoa hare the
right to place the work. Special atten
tion given to mail orders. Call on or
address, M. K. Tckhkb & Co,
Journal OSes, Colambas, Nebr.
The republicans county convention
which was held? in Platte Center last
Saturday was o at the most.entb
tic and hi
ever held in ths couaay.. OresAniaaty
per cent of thesWsgalss alsctsi wore
of a good prospsroas campaign - for the
republicans. A number of gentlemen
are being talked of as candidates for
the county offices, whose naates will be
brought before the adjourned conten
tion which meets in this Wedasaday,
F. M. Oookragaam of Hnmparsy was
mads oaairmia of the convention and P.
N. Newman of Columbus secretary.
The delegates elected to the state con-,
vention wars: AL Edwards, a C. Gray,
Ed. Hoars, Carl Kramer, E. H. Cham
bare, Garrett Hulst, B. R. Cowdery,
Harry Lamb, R. O. Strother, W. D. Wil
son and Chris MeedeL
As J. O. Reader is a candidate for the
nomination of district judge, a resolution
was adopted to give him the privilege of
naming the delegates to the judicial
KsftUicna Jaikial CaaTsmtisn.
The delegates elected to the repablicaa jadi
cial convention. Sixth judicial district of Ne
braska, are hereby notified to meet in OohuBbaa,
Nebraska, on the 3d day of September, ISM, at 2
o'clock ia the afternoon of amid day, for the
parpoee of nominating two caadidates for dis
triet jadcw of aaid district.
Tbesereral counties are entitled tomnreeea-
tation an follows, viz:
Dodge.... ...... ..21 Merrick ... .10
Colfax. V Nance 10
By order of the committee.
J. D.Bnazs, Chairman.
J. H. Kemp. Secretary.
Dated Colaabtu, Nebr., July 24. UN.
A bulletin issued on the 13th by the
Kansas state board of agriculture places
the wheat yield of that state at 90,270,000
The services of Herman Bellstedt, the
great cornetist, have been secured for
the old settlers picnic, whish will be
held at West Point on August 27.
A TaXBosaM from Fremont Monday
saoraingststed that the linemen of the
Nebraska Telephone company, acting
presumably under instructions from
Omaha, cut the wires connecting the
Farmers' Telephone company at a point
' Hooper. Four wires were out
Tn; point is raised ia an appeal to the
supreme court from Sherman county
whether a school teacher's pay goes on
when his school has been closed by the
board of health. Henry Howard has
won in his contention that it does, in
both justice and district courts, but the
board is stubborn in its stand.
convention which will be held in Colum
bus September 3rd. The following gen
tlemen were named by him as delegates:
W. A. McAllister, F. M. Cookingham,
Geo. A. Scott, George Brodfnehrer, W.
M. Cornelius, S. & McAllister, O. a
Shannon, J. L. Sharer, H. O. Rodehoret,
L Gluck, F. T.Walker and E. A. BrodboU.
Ed. Hoare was unanimously elected
fhsipw" of the central committee, Gar
rett Hulst secretary and C. C. Grey
treasurer. Those on the central com
mittee are: F. T. Walker, First ward
Columbus; D. N. Newman, Second ward
Columbus; C C. Gray, Third ward Co
lumbus; Harry Reed, Columbus town
ship; C. A. Cattau, Bismark; Ed. Lus
chen, Sherman; 8. D. Flemming, Cres-
ton; Herman Kluefer, Shell Creek; Win.
Hoeffelman, Grand Prairie; G. M. Smith,
Humphrey; Chris Meedel, Butler; Fred
Meedel, Loup; R, G. Strother, Lost
Creek; F. M. Cookingham, Granville;
Harry Lamb, Barrows; Br. W.W.Frank,
Monroe; E. A. BrodboU, St. Barnard; J.
W. Apgar. Woodville; Nek Olson, Wal
ker, and A. W. Lamb, Joliet
After speeches by W. A. McAllister, E.
A. BrodboU, J. G. Reader and others the
convention adjourned to meet in Colum
bus September 2nd for the purpose of
nominating candidates for county ontoes.
Miss Fanny Geer visited in Oconee
Yokk county, this state, claims an
oddity in the form of a two-year-old
lemon tree which shows excellent growth
and ass produced one large lemon and
.two smaller ones. Tne ripened one
measured nine and one-half inches and
naturally enough has caused consider
able interest to fruit growers in the
The board who will decide the loca
tion of the new state normal school will
visit Central City the 26th. The splen
did offer made to the state by that town,
of $3200 and a choice of four good
sites, is not to be lightly passed over.
The central location and the best rail
read system ia the state will all help to
give Central City a boost.
The following named persons were
nominated for offices by the prohibition
ists at their state convention held in
Linoain the 10th. George I. Wright of
York, sapreme judge; C. A. Barker of
Lancaster and R. V. Muir of Saunders
eoanty for regents. W. Bert Clark wi
elected chairman of executive committee,
and Mrs. Frances Beveridge, secretary.
Mb. Bbyan didn't use W. Y. Allen's
name in his editorial denoaacing the
Denver conclave, bat he drew a faithful
picture of the big populist of Madison
sad it wss no puzzle to guess the iden
tity of the individual aimed at. On the
23rd of this month we shall discover
whether Mr. Allen and Mr. Poynter have
more influence with their party than has
Mr. Bryan, a democrat. Fremont
Steam was turned through the pipes
si power iato the belts at the canning
at Grand Island last week, for
4mm to teat the asaaasasry and every
thing was found to bain ftrst-class con
antisB for the sunning of n big crop of
sweat com, the first of which will be har
vasted with ths end of the week. It k
srpsotsd that frost fifty to 100 employes
will be busy at the plant. One farmer
aleao has raised 160 acres of sweet corn,
and, depite the drawbacks of the season,
expects to come out fine with it.
' at its semi-annual meeting held
at Fremont recently, says the Nebraska
Fncsatr, gave additions! evidence of
what that organization is doing, and ii
oapsnlw of doing, for the fruit and gen
are! horticultural and tree interests of
ana stats. The eaoouragement of tree
plantisg is the great work to be aooom
s as almost as much de-
id for the growing of ornamental,
and forest trass ss there is for
fruit trass. There is now n very notiee-
nbls tendency all over the western prairie
country to pay more attention to, the
I growing of the forest and timber trees,
lf and less to the commercial nrohsrding.
sssy cultivation of tne forest varieties of
ttsBBStn, and the sgitatisn of forestry by
hath government and state specialists.
ted an impression that the
and most valuable im-
it that can be added to the farm
is the few acres devoted to the prodao-
tien of oonunsrciBl timber. The beauti
fying of the farm homo with the bast
its! shade trass, the planting of
alsng the roadways, and an
clnmp of trass on some hill,
,.wmaaww piaceaeai wBum,
Fanny Geer visited
M. Rothleitner was in Humphrey
Frank Schram and AL Becker were in
Miss Eva Walker went to Omaha Mon
day to visit friends.
Miss Clara Bloedorn is in Platte Cen
ter visiting relatives.
Hsrry Pool of North Platte is visiting
his brother, Prof. Pool.
AL Palme of St Edward spent Sundsy
in the city with friends.
Rev. Henry Zinnecker of Beaver Cross
ing was in town last week.
Mrs. M. Henggler went to Bellwood
last week to visit relatives.
Mrs. Frank Gerharz has returned from
a five weeks' visit in Chicsgo.
Mike Usgel and Win. UJSnen were
Schuyler visitors Wednesdsy.
Miss Minnie Meagher is spending her
two weeks vacation in Omaha.
Mrs. Charles Kuntzelman of Cornlea
is visiting relatives ia this city.
Mrs. Louis Schroeder was in Hum
phrey last week visiting relatives.
'Miss Alvina liners went to Waboo
Saturday to visit relatives one week.
W. E. Reed of Madison passed through
the city Monday on his way to Omaha.
Miss Ella Kemp went to Schuyler
Wednesdsy to visit Mrs. Joseph Ryan.
Miss Hattie Ren of David City is visit
ing her friend Miss Hedwig Schnpbach.
Misses Msggie Zinnecker and Emma
Ragatz visited in Humphrey over Sundsy.
A. Haight left Monday for Michigan,
where he will visit relatives two weeks.
i Miss M. Murphy left Saturday for
Chicsgo in the interest of her millinery
Miss Alice Hoare of Platte Center is
visiting Miss Louise Echols and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, parents of Mrs.
Dr. Paul of Merna, Nebr., are visiting
their relatives here.
Mioses Sadie Wilson and Emma Hop
pen were visitors to the Carnival in
Schuyler last week.
Dr. Jennings of Omaha was the guest
of Rev. Luce Thursday on his wsy to the
Henry Getts left Thursday for Chicago
where ha will have a position in the
Marshall Field store.
Miss Csrrie Risder went to Omaha
Friday to visit relatives two weeks there
and in Council Bluffs.
Mrs. F. L. Axtell of Omaha was the
guest last week of Mrs. Dr. Msrtyn. She
left Friday for Denver.
Mrs. John Becher, Mrs. J. Carrig and
Mrs. Mark Burke spent Friday with
friends in Platte Canter.
Mrs. Charlotte Erekine of St. Paul
returned home Monday after a visit to
J. E. Erekine and family.
Miss Marie Griffin of Omaha returned
home Saturday after a month's visit with
her cousins, the Misses McMahon.
Mrs. Clark and daughter Miss Jessica
of Clarinds, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. Edgar
Howard who is n sister of Mrs. Clark.
Miss Bessie Marks went to Grand
Island Saturday where she will spend
her two weeks vacation with relatives.
J. L. Everett of Jefferson county, Iowa,
arrived in the city last Wednesday for a
few days' visit with his son G. T. Everett
Homer Msrtyn left last week for a two
weeks visit to Denver and will spend
part of the time on n reach near that
Mrs. W. T. Riekly and daughter Miss
Ruby returned home Friday from St.
Louis where they have been for ten
Rochester, New York, and other ssstsra
cities where she has been for asotothan
a year past. f)-
Mrs. Conger of Linoojn aadfjnuMc
Ossnfrff ?if Tasnns QHr sntursntt.anune
Thswaday ufceru vksaVij M as-Mrs.
town left Saturday evening fora two
months' visit to the west, going direct to
Miss Alios Hughes of Platte Canter
was the guest of Mrs.' J. Carrig Sunday
on her return home from attending the
Mr. and McsFrsd Bobarts wars in
Central City last week7 to attend the
funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. M. Stonssifer of Omaha visited
friends in the city Thursday on bar
return home from a su wsjaka rant with
her son Herman at SeatUa, Washington!
Miss Msy Tedrow of Corydon. low;'
arrived Saturday from Central City on
her return home from visiting relatives.
She is the' guest of Missus Anna and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoekanborger and
children, Mrs. Katharine von Bsrgsn and
son E. von Bsrgsn nil returned Saturday
from n two weeks' outing nt Lake
Miss Clara Kropf of Schaytor who has
been with hei'nunt Mrs. Paul Hagel for
several weeks; spent Sunday at home.-
She was accompanied by Missrn Lints
and Leanore HageL -
Mrs. George Burke and daughter Miss
Greta came up Wednesdsy to spend a
week with the Riekly families. Mrs.
Mary Booker accompanied them and is
visiting her son John Becher.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Powers stopped a
few days with relatives here on their
return from Beatrioe where they went on
their wedding trip. They left Friday
for their future home in Cheyenne.
Misses Alma- Segeike, Lillie Deegan,4
Mary Fairchild, Mrs. George Fairchild,
Mrs. Psasley, Mrs. & & Riekly and
daughter Vera and Carl Becker were
among the visitors at 8chuyler last week
at different times.
Mrs. E. B. Maguiness and children of
Greeley, Colorado, were the guests last
week of Mrs. G. W. Galley, er., and W.
M. Brown and family on their way to
Omaha. Mrs. Maguiness is n sister of
Mrs. Galley and aunt of Mr. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. North and Grandma
North started Tuesday morning of last
week for Wenatehee, Washington. Ths
latter expects to remain for an extended
visit with her daughters Mrs. Ouahiag
and Mrs. Moras, while the others will
return in n few weeks.
Mrs. J. H. Craun and Miss Mary Craun
left Friday for Mianasota where they
will visit relatives. Mr. Craun will follow
in n abort time and if they are pleased
with the ooantry msy decide to locate
there. The Utter has rented his farm
north of town to his sons.
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apirit has taken root, and the A. SoosWd Friday on their return
indicates great improvement in nomunio.
uhmlsassfwsrkfor the next few ysars.1 MksiNsUie Browner has retarasd from I
K. F. D. . 3.
Miss Katie Reed attended the carnival
at Schuyler last week.
Miss Clara Jones, sister of Mrs. A. W.
Thomas, has returned to her home in
Miss May Reed returned home Thurs
day from visiting her nunt Mrs. Engel
near Claras station.
A nice little social hop at Jacob
Schwank's last Saturday evening. A
good time and atteadanoe.
Mrs. G. B. Miller and family expect to
remove to Chioago thw week, where they
will mnke their future home.
Frank Henderson is receiving n visit
from his father the past week, whose
residence is at Shenandoah, Iowa.
The Mioses Peobe. Emma and Dora
Papenhausen, and Mrs. Lenora Brack,
with Ruth and Frederick, left for their
respective homes, Boston and New York,
last Fndsy evening.
Wheat, new 2
Corn, old aheUed-V bushel 37
Rye-V bushel 35
Hogs cwt. 4 500 75
Fat steers-V owt 4 00 4 50
Fat oo we-V cwt 2 25 3 00
Stock steera-y owt 3 000 4 80
Potatoes-V bushel 50
Butter-V . 130 20
Eggs V dosen. 10
FEED PBICES AT MILL.
Bran, bulk 65
Sborts, " 75
Chop feed. balk. 8090
Marksts oorrected ovary Tuesday af
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Not with any other
Ours is the only plsos that
. KODAKS are for sale
in Columbus, Nebraska.
Brownie Kodaks f 1.00
Browaie Kodaks 2.00
Other Kodaks ap to 25.00
A f sU line of suppliss, aU at fac
tory prioes.' Here yon save
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I JT HE GREATEST SALE EVER HELD IN COLUMBUS! Every article of
pLiiiuut?! vri.ryuD uiudu &v ukj uj.cujkj iuuiu iui uui inmioiiae rail aiiu iwniMr
SfMMsoon to Arrive. Profits not considered during this Sale ! As we will car-
ry no Summer Goods overt Every, article in Ready Made Goods must be sold, all
SUMMER WASH DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, WRAPPERS, CORSETS, MUSLIN AND KNIT UNDERWEAR,
CHHiDREN'S DRESSES, AND LADIES' TAILOR MADE SUITS must be Closed OUt ! WE HAVE RE
DUCED PRICES ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK DURING THIS SALE! THESE PRICES ARE NOT FOR ONE DAT,
BUT ALL WEEK OR UNTIL SOLD:, IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ EVERT ITEM BELOW.
SALE STARTS MONDAY, AUGUST P, 8 A. M.
Complete clearance of the entire stock of
Sinmer fjaasb IVcss Ooods
Cnn8isting; of Lawns, Dimities, Batiste, Percales, "French
Ginghams, Scotch Zephyrs, lioniton Lace JNoveities
and Mercerized Novelties and a complete line of White
Goods, India Linen, Persian Lawn- nnd Dotted Swiss
Lawns, former price G and 7c per yard, dur- Qp J
ing this sale vb Ul
Dimities, former price 10, 12J and
15c yd., during this sale 6, 8, IOC yd
Batiste', former price 12 and 15c yd.,
during this sale 029 IUC yd
Percales former price 10 and 12icyd., dur-
111? IDIS lVllCaa Jf J A
French Ginghams, former price 12Jc yd., during
this sale. . C
Scotch Zephyrs, former price 25 and .
35c yd., during this sale 15, 23C yd
Honiton Lace Novelties, former price, 50c
yd., during this salc.i 35C yd
Mercerized Novelties, former price 50c yd.,
during this sale. .'. 3C yd
India Linens, former price 10,
12i, 15, 20 and 25c, during
this sale. 7, 9, 11, 14, 15C
Hosiery & Knit Underw'r
Ladies' Black Seamless Hose value 12Jc, during this
sale for lOf
Ladies' Black Seamless Hose value 15c, during this
sale for 12ie.
Ladies' fine quality Hoae fast black value 20c, dur
ing this sale 15c.
Ladies' fine quality Maco fast black Hose value 25c,
during this sale 20c.
Ladies' fine quality Lisle Hose fast black, double
heels and toes, value 40c, during this sale 25c.
Ladies' ribbed votton Vests value 12c, during this
Ladies' ribbed cotton Vests, fancy, value 20c, during
this sale 15c.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed Vests, fine quality, value 25c,
during this sale 20c.
Ladies' Swiss ribbed Vests, good quality, value 35c,
during this sale 25c.
JfaAlso a good assortment of Children's Hosiery
and Knit Underwear at reduced prices during this sale.
Aftslins and prints
During this sale we will offer a complete assortment
of Muslin and Staple Prints at special prices.
Simpson's Black Prints at 5c per yard.
American Indigo Prints at 5c per yard.
Good Standard Prints at 3. 4 Mud 5o per yard.
All you want while they last
Ladle's Tallor-Madc Suit and Skirt
All tailor-made Suits, Dress Skirts
and walking Skirts to be closed out
at great reductions during this sale.
A large assortment to select from in
the latest styles. We can save you
money in this department.
In Indigo, Black nnd white Per
cales to be closed out during this
All Wrappers valued at
1.00, for .79
All Wrapers valued at
$1.25, for. B9g
All Wrappers valued at .
81.50, for. &1.29
SHbs and SHb Waists
No. 1 Silk Waist pattern, former price 35c yd., to
close at 19c yd.
No. 2 Silk Waist pattern, former price 50c yd., to
close at 29c yd.
No. 3 Silk Waist pattern, former price 75c yd., to
close at 39c yd.
No. 4 Silk Waist pattern, former price 81.00 yd., to
close at 59c yd.
Special Silk Waist Bargains.
Ladies' Taffeta Silk Waists, former price 80.00, to
close at $3.75.
Ladies' Peau De Sole Waists, former price 86.50, to
close at $3.75.
Twenty-live Ladies' all Silk Waists, black and assort
ed colors, former price from $3.50 to $0.50, to close, dur
iug this sale, at $2.50.
In white and colors at tremendous
...Four Specials in Gowns
Extra Bargains. '
4S for 75c MoRlia Gowns nmltrnul-
i'1-ttl anil homfttitrhnl.
Sj5e 'or VUc Muxlin (inwnti larn or
?5e for $1.(1) (iown, loco or em-
tl.OO for $1.25 Cambric flown, lace
or finbroitlery triramirifT.
THREE SPECIALS IM SKIRTS.
All Laces and Embroidery
...AT HALF PUCES...
Where to buy Friend Bros'
clothing at Galley's. All
dealers handling the Friend
Bros.' clothing are authorized
to make the following guaran
tee: Every garment bearing
r riend label is warranted to
be free from defects in mater
ial and workmanship, to be
silk sewn throughout and
made of honest cloth, thor
oughly sponged and shrunk
and carefully tailored by
skilled workmen. We have
a large stock of clothing to
A ?.!!?'"... $ 3.76
A ?.?:?l.. 6.00
A $10.00 men's wait 7 SO
A 112.50 men' rait ft a J
A $15.00 men's soit 1 O C
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for Mnslin nml Cambric
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Iixmstitchcd. valued at 75.
CCA for Ke Muslin Hkirts trinini-
ed m Iacoorembroiilenr.
7 Co for S1.0U Hkirta. lace or em.
"A complete line of Muslin Underwear in well
garments, excellent values.-iSa
Entire stock of Parasols going at
cost during this sale.
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BojV Norfolk saita. age 8 to Q K.f
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500 yds Veiling in the latest styles. 25c ami 40c per
yd to be closced out at 20c and 25c per yd.
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NOTICE FOR PUBMOATION.
DepartaMBtof the Interior. I
IBdOB at Uln, Nebr., Jaly.lv ISM. f
mtrmiCVL ia kereby tkat tk foUowiBK-wamed
JM settlerbaa SW notice of bcriBtflt toe to
Mke anal proof ia enpportof ner claim, and
tkat amid proof wiU be nwdebefore datk of tka
district eoait at ColamjMa, Mefaron Asiraat .
1BB via: Mary Droad, for tbe N. W. SM7n-2w.
gke bbwit- taa followisc wilaeaaaa to prore
ker oontiaaoaa residence vpoa and ealuauom
of aaid land, via: Patar Lena. Jokn KoakibB.
AiAwwMok. EasfaBiea. Brr of Dm
can, Nebr. W. A. GKEeN,
NOTICE OF REFEREES' SALE.
mrE U heroin mirtm tkat snsat to an
XV order of tfce district coart of Platte
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wneratn joan m. uoaan
an. wuuam uoaan.
eAaliaT. Alice Con-
. 8s-?! SrSrS l??a,f.,i!B5f
JT aiioa namm, mn owe aa wnw
ue ummmmmmaa reii
awtt taareiBPSBdJBBwkewiin J.
l. nartiUon will, on Twe-day. Heptcmbar ZQid.
lttaVat the boar of 2 o'elosk p. suat the froat
: tne eoan mamm. tm waeciij ox iwur
Law latss Wsrt.
The Burlington offers round trip tick
ets as follows: Denver, CoL, and return,
S16L00L Jnne 1 to Sept. 30. Colorado
Springs. CoL, and return, $17.35. June 1
to Sept. 30. Pneblo, Col., and return.
f 17J50, Jnne 1 to Sept. 9a Olenwood
8pringjs, CoL, and return, $2&75, Jnne 1
to Sept. 30. Ogden, Utah, and return,
S90LSO. Jane 1 to Sept. 9a Salt Lake
City, Utah, and return, $3050, Jnne 1 to
Sept. 30. Desdwood, 8. D and retnrn,
$ia20, Jnne 1 to Sept 30 Lead, S. D.,
and retnrn, UUJ0, Jane 1 to Sept. 30.
Hot SpraBgsr& I- snd retnrn, $15.30,
Jnne 1 to -Sept. 30 Caster, S. D., and
retnrn, $1030 June 1 to Sept. 30. Ask
the ticket agent for psrtienlsrs.
baa. in aaid Platte coaaty. offer for. sale at
band, tke foUowiaB oBBansea isbi estate, to-ww
Twi Mill t oaartar of aaetion auiuntaai
117). townaklD twenty (), ortk. masa three
iKwestof theSthP.M. .
"tffc- MrfkMt oatartar of aaetion
(17). township twenty CO), aorta, ranee three
(S).waatot tnaaxnr.m. .
Tbeeaat half of the northeast oaarter of see-
And the northeast quarter of tke aoatheaat
oaarter of aautlna aishtaaa (18). township twen-
?S). north. lans three (S) west of the th
P.BL. aU aiBMtwTfii the coaaty of Platte aad
The reatato troea all the aaore described lands
for the earreat year. 198K. an nearred by the
DaMdVOetaaBhaa. NebtBshB.AnfBat 17th. MSJ.
THOMAS M. BYAM.
yon wish good, nsat, clean
work done in ths has of
I friatinfff oall at Tas Joobxax.
PUTTING THE SPURS
WE KEEP THE-
Peering Binders, Msw
ers and Twine.
The DeHaHce Flows; Buggies,
Carriages, Wagon aad all
Kiad of Iataleaieats.
H afaSSSSB Sf TliBSJS.
aWBMST aMBMIB TrSnBaSS.
If wurwaBry write
t a life tnae carlns iaat
: tosses tajavMsoser. Afisr
Bottles of Dr.rBMfiKMMf
arkarhn fTnrn T
funhTir fra-iatlnaiB Iwnseared.
T. OAKSS, Orris, Ta.-
Aak forOooh Book-lTSS.
Done on Short Notice.
ATTOBjTST AT LAI
For 8mto bj a HEN8CHDCG,
8C. foarth door Berth of Flref
We are putting the spurs into seasonable good and we
mean just what we say and will make the prices that will give
you the goods for less money than any dealer in Columbus
can buy them. The following is a partial list of prices:
Two burner Gasoline Stoves $ 2.98
Three " " " 8.00
" with Ther-Lite and oven 15.00
Four " " " " " " 15.00
Three " " " with oven 12.50
Three quart Ice Cream Freezer, only. 1.50
Four " " " " . " 2.00
Ball bearing Lawn Mowers, 18 inch, only 5.98
Lawn Mowers, 16 inch, only 3.98
Lawn Mowers, 18 inch, only. 4.48
Gas Ovens from 98c to 2.48
These are prices that will surely move them. First const,
C. S. EASTON & CO.,
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